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started by KARR 4.0 ! on 15 Mar 09
  • KARR 4.0 !
     
    Share which new Features/Options u want to see in Diigo website & Toolbar

    Diigo seems very slow about communicating with there user in this community (strange) but they relatively communicating fast on there twitter a/c http:twitter.com/diigo ( again strange but thats good thing). i think it will be better if we made a long post here in this community then contact Diigo in there twitter a/c to send ref link of that page to tell them "we hav a proble on Diigo plz solve it ASAP .
    Diigo is very fascinating and addictive . cant wait for the v4.0 toolbar any more :)
  • KARR 4.0 !
     
    Features i want to see in Diigo :

    1 > Diigo provide Stumble Upon type thumbnail screen-shot and support to import and auto export like Del.icio.us.

    2 > Re-Order My List in My Order or new item i added , not only alphabetically

    3 > Little more space in My Profile's About me (current space is too small ) and HTML support for that ( just like Stumble Upon Profile page)

    4 > add more option to Profiles Elsewhere (check the style of FriendFeed or Google Profiles) . i like to include my FriendFeed, Imeem, Stumble Upon, Orkut , Google Reader and 3 Picasa web album profiles :)

    5 > Change Highlighter Colours fm default yellow to any colour i want .

    6> not like or hands down link in Group shared Bookmark . ( hand up link is already in there hands download make it very clear if the like is usefull or not

    7 > Sub list ( List with in List ) so thats i can manage my book mark more easyly Like :

    (Main List) Google Related Everything :
    (Sub List) Google Related News
    (Sub List) Google Parody , Humour
    (Sub List) Google Tools Services
    (Sub List) Googler 's Blogs
    (Sub List) Gmail Tips and Tricks

    etc

    it will be helpful to de-clutter my list page

    m i clear to u ( forgive me for if or any wrong english - its my 2nd Language )
  • Joel Liu
     
    Sorry. There are too many feedback in my email inbox:( recently while we are making a new version. I will put more effort in the forum. BTW, if you see less activity in the forum, it means we are developing new features:)
  • Sean Brady
     
    New features are great and all, but many of the issues in the forum are problems with existing features.

    Joel Liu wrote:
    > Sorry. There are too many feedback in my email inbox:( recently while we are making a new version. I will put more effort in the forum. BTW, if you see less activity in the forum, it means we are developing new features:)
  • KARR 4.0 !
     
    hey Joel Liu can u give a approx time when will be v4.0 will released . plz reply

    thnx for creating Diigo its a Awesome Kool Web Apps :)

  • Graham Perrin
     
    Subject: colour of highlights

    > Change Highlighter Colours fm default yellow to any colour i want .

    We have already a range of colours, giving context; at
    http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/41752#10 the first screen shot demonstrates green and pink.

    No objections to individuals setting a personal preference for highlights that are seen by the individual alone but for highlights that appear in group contexts, there is value in a limited and predictable palette.

    Regards
    Graham
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Subject: thumbs up, rank, ratings, stars, goodness, importance

    > not like or hands down link in Group shared Bookmark . ( hand up
    > link is already in there hands download make it very clear if the
    > like is usefull or not

    Thumbs up, and comparable features, are discussed at length in various topics, including
    http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/9157

    > m i clear to u ( forgive me for if or any wrong english - its my
    > 2nd Language )

    Perfectly clear, thank you :) and you need not apologise; Diigo Community welcomes speakers of various languages.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Subject: thumbnails, previews

    > Stumble Upon type thumbnail screen-shot

    Existing discussions include
    http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/how-about-previews-like-searchme-com-3849
  • Peter Lin
     
    I'd like to see:

    1. Better search function for my own bookmarks (not the whole Diigo community, which it does already. I cannot find something that I bookmarked, unless I remember what tag I added)

    2. To be able to store texts or images (like Evernote)

    3. To be able to export bookmarks in various "sets" (like different profiles in Xmarks aka Foxmarks).

    4. To be able to filter out highlights that aren't mine
  • Graham Perrin
     
    > store texts or images

    When Diigo cache service works, it does store both.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    > export bookmarks in various "sets"

    For a set: use a list, or tags.

    More Actions… | Extract Annotations…

    The resulting HTML will include the required links.
  • mgmirkin
     
    Duplicate-checking? Just added the same URL I already added about 20 mins ago. Site just lets it fly by. Shouldn't the site check to make sure you haven't already submitted the same link previously and redirect to the existing item (if any) in your library? Assuming the URL is identical.

    Similarly, perform some kind of title / body heuristics to check for "similar" articles already in the Library. AKA, maybe space.com and astronomy.com both copy the Reuters press release word-for-word, including the title and large chunks of the body text (or sometimes NASA posts the same article in multiple sections of their site). Could the site not then suggest some kind of "grouping" of "like articles"? Kind of a "more on the subject" or "see also" suggestion (the user can agree it's the same basic article, or disagree). If it's deemed they're the same, perhaps similar/grouped items can be collapsible/expandable with a [+]/[-] type button (and list how many "similar" articles there are when collapsed)?

    Just some thoughts on things I'd ideally "like to see." Make sense? Hope so...
  • mgmirkin
     
    On the "My Library" page, under each article is a list of tags. 2 requests:

    1) Arbitrary # of tags, editable directly, kind of like Amazon.com tagging (without having to click 'edit' where the text box is of limited length, apparently). Perhaps with each tag appearing below having an [x] after it for easy deletion / correction.

    2) As mention in prior posts above: alphabetizing is helpful... Perhaps alphabetize the tags at the time they're saved each time? Every time the page is refreshed, so is the list of tags under each item (properly alphabetized, at that).

    2nd seems simple enough. Just a matter of alphabetical sorting.

    I can see that an arbitrary # of tags per item COULD become a problem in some circumstances. Nonetheless, I found it limiting to be, well, limited to a certain number of characters or words or whatever, when there were still more still more descriptors that I could have used to inform about the contents of a given article or make sure it gets picked up in related searches for a given subject / keyword. Again, more flexibility SEEMS better, in my opinion. Maybe not completely arbitrary, but a reasonably high #. 50, 100 keywords? If larger sets of keywords are permitted, it might also make sense for the tags to be put inside a resizable (based on contents) and moreover COLLAPSIBLE box to streamline page display. If that be so, then perhaps an option to "collapse all" description boxes, tag boxes, etc. on a page (to just a header [title] list).

    Yes, definitely the ability to collapse tags and descriptions, so you get just a header list. Kind of like how Google Reader does it, only maybe a bit better? ;o] And with granularity, so you can expand/collapse just for one item, for arbitrary # of selected items or for all items.
  • mgmirkin
     
    When searching in the Community Library, the ability to narrow by tags from the tag cloud.

    For instance, I search cosmology. There's a LONG LIST. I don't even know how long because it doesn't give a figure of how many records it's found.

    It would be nifty if across those various records it could snag the tags attached to them, count them and then either sort alphabetically (with a count afterward) or sort by count of the number of instances of a specific tag, then sort alphabetically within that frequency of tag usage. So, one could conceivably progressively narrow down the results...

    perhaps first to "big bang" then those that also mention the CMB, and those which narrow the focus to "hot spots" potentially even finding those that mention the work of Verschuur (if anyone's gotten that specific on some article).

    While one could possibly accomplish something SIMILAR through some combination of search terms, one doesn't necessarily know beforehand which terms have been used in tags. Hence my thought that the system culling tags and ordering them in some browsable fashion would be a helpful navigational tool and a handy way of tunneling down the the specific information one wants to find. Or even stumbling across something interesting that maybe one wasn't looking for specifically, but which catches the eye and the fancy while reading... Fun with folksonomies!
  • mgmirkin
     
    Draggable panes in My Library et al? Ability to customize screen layout. Default seems to be list of articles on left, and collapsible panes for tags and adding links at the right in some hard-coded order.

    Would like to be able to flip that and put the function panes on the left and links to saved articles on the right. Then I'd like to be able to drag the pane for adding bookmarks up above the pane for browsing my tag list, so it's always on top.

    I'd think this wouldn't be TOO hard to implement for various pages...? But, I'm a newbie, so who knows? But some other sites allow that level of flexibility / personalization... (I'm thinking Facebook's "boxes" and such, which can be dragged around and repositioned rather arbitrarily.) Likewise NowPublic's interface lets you drag around where to put panes for images and videos to pre-defined locations on a given news page...
  • Graham Perrin
     
    > thumbnail screen-shot

    Please enable e-mail notification for
    http://groups.diigo.com/group/Diigo_HQ/content/548838 (2008-03-28),
    New feature: medium-size thumbnail with readable info for each bookmark

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